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Cape Town - Lewis Stores have decided to appeal a judgment by the National Consumer Tribunal (NCA) relating to a matter of The National Credit Regulator and Lewis and Monarch Insurance.  

Lewis said the decision to appeal the judgment of the National Consumer Tribunal delivered on September 14 2016 was reached after the board of directors took legal advice.

The NCA found Lewis guilty of infringing the National Credit Act (NCA), relating to credit insurance and disability cover sold to pensioners and self-employed consumers.

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